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Nicole Neumarker, COO of WorkForce Software, shares her insights on the rapid advances in the manufacturing industry which have driven global development and modernization, and how many organizations are finding there are gaps in keeping pace. Like nearly every other sector, digital transformation has come for manufacturing, making an impact that forces companies to change. 

While many areas of manufacturing are performing well — electronics manufacturers reportedly showed strong profits in the final quarter of 2023, for example — there is still a need to reevaluate challenges and act to solve them. 

“By leveraging modern communication technologies and workforce management systems, manufacturing leaders can break down silos, improve collaboration, and drive meaningful improvements in productivity and operational efficiency. Companies prioritizing effective communication and collaboration will be better positioned to adapt to changing market conditions and maintain a competitive edge,” says Neumarker.  

“As we look to the future, it is clear that the success of the manufacturing industry will depend on its ability to adapt to changing demographics and overall modernization. Companies that prioritize the development of their workforce, embrace modern technologies, and stay ahead of regulatory requirements will be the ones to thrive. By taking a holistic approach to workforce management and investing in the right solutions, companies can unlock the potential of their workforce and drive long-term growth and success.” 

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